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they did calendars. this is the way they understood the larger sphere, the moving of the heavens, was by setting up structures that could receive the light in certain ways. i mean, it's happening everywhere. i was just in salt lake city and i took a walk downtown and i saw a pillar that had been built in the last 4 years that a big block of sandstone that i recognized. it was probably wingate sandstone that had been hauled up there from about 200, 250 miles away, but i noticed in the pillar that was a gap at the bottom and i walked up and looked through the gap and i saw there were some posts in the distance and i looked around and there was a circle around the gap and there were signs around it and then each post a prism in it so that light going through the crack would hit the prism and that light would go to another prism and you would be able to tell the time of year by this object that was built in the last 4 years. and i saw this and i thought, what would archeologists think if they encountered this? they would look at this and say, what civilization was this? what religion
that are suffering most deeply because there is no theological solution to this except heaven. except eternal life but that is not what these families are thinking about right now. a little bit those that were watching trying to find answers. let me tell you how i deal with this. when i look at such terrible abuses of free will like this. the first thing i do is cry. the second thing i do is to stand in awe of how much god much value the properties of freedom which is love. to value it so much he would risk a very small part of the population abusing it in way that would affect the little children, the least of these the most loved so gravely and deeply. i think god is with the families right now. he was with the children when they suffered and died and he will be with all of us as we decide to double down on love which is the only solution until we get to the heaven. >> heather: is that the answer to the question, if you believe in god, why would god allow this to happen because he did this free will? >> its great question. its real question, i wish i could say there was a perfect answer. but i d
off to school, flip live butts into tinderbox forests and hellfire half the heavens, but in the rubble of smoking cottages i will hold you in my arms. they could send kidnappers to kindergartens and pedophiles to playgrounds, wrap themselves in old glory and gut the bill of rights, pound at the door with holy screed and put an end to reason, but i will cut through their curtains of cunning and find you somewhere in moonlight. whatever they do with their anthrax or chainsaws, however they strip-search or brainwash or blackmail, they cannot prevent me from sending you robins, all of them singing: i'll be there. >> a year after 9/11 in that huge climate of fear, how could you have such faith in love? >> it's always been there for me. and it keeps me consciously aware that i'm not alone on this earth yet. we're up in our 80s now, so there'll be a time in sometime soon when i will be alone. but while i'm here, the thing that i most value is that, love. >> is that the source of the meaning in your life? i mean, you have this remarkable essay that had a profound impact on me a few years ago o
: it's everybody. >> even the rich. >> stephanie: even your favorite top 1 percenters. >> good heaven's that lunch money. >> that's the electricity bill for mitt romney's car elevator. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: they held more negotiations yesterday, but neither side showed a willingness to give ground. the president said we make tough spending cuts on things we don't need, and we ask the wealthiest americans to pay their part. it's almost like a movie you don't need to pay attention to yet. >> yeah or i'll read the synopsis online. >> stephanie: i'll get the cliff notes. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: the white house spokesman said i can only believe the president will find something acceptable. what stage are they at after the election bargaining depression where are they? we need to let them get through that first. it always comes out the same it shows the americans would blame republicans if the country went over the cliff. bob corker called for a quick deal. he said right now there is no question in my mind that the president has the
, second verse tells us to everything there is a season, a time to every purpose under heaven, a time to be born, and a time to die. inouye's tie. anywa he lived a full and productive life. he was 88 years old when he died, and he lives each of those 88 years to those -- to his fullest. he was a war hero, a decorated soldier who left the innocence of youth on an italian battlefield, where he defended emanation's freedom, even as that nation questioned the loyalty of patriots who looked like him. he was a healing your, an example of the resilience of the human body and the human spirit whose results to live a life of service was hardened, not broken, by 21 months recovering from his wound in an army hospital in michigan. he was a legislative hero, a progressive democrat who would never hesitate to corroborate with a republican colleague for the good of this country. in 1968, when the country was riven by racism and divided by war, he called the nation's nerves with an eloquent keynote address before the democratic national convention in chicago. daniel inouye advocated for the rights o
beethoven would have krapd his pantaloons. ♪ she's buying a stairway to heaven >> each of us can remember a moment when the people on this stage touched our lives, that unique power that makes the arts so important. >> ray romano offered the president an example of that unique power. >> you want to win the world series, do you quit? you're down one game to nothing. no. you keep going. do you quit when you're down 1-0 in debase? no, no. you keep going. you keep going. you become the president. >> we had the good fortune to be there. an extraordinary event to see so many people like that and see them celebrated in such an interesting way. >> a wonderful celebration of the arts. there you are, charlie. >> there you are, my dear. where did that >> >>> the cheese cake factory is a favorite of many americans. we'll ask the founder and ceo how he built that chain and why it's so important to have something for everyone. that's next on "cbs this morning." that's next on cbs "this morning." >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by aarp, fighting the keep medicare and social se
. and do not hinder them. for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven. charlotte, daniel, olivia, josephine, anna, dylan, madeline, catherine, chase, jesse, james, grace, emilie, jack, noah, caroline, jessica, benjam benjamin, avielle, allison. god has called them all home. for those of us who remain, let us find the strength to carry on and make our country worthy of their memory. >> and good morning. joe will have a special message on the recent events coming up. but first, a look at where things stand today. we're learning new details about the time line of friday's devastating attack. police say the gunman, 20-year-old adam lanza was armed with hundreds of rounds of ammunition. and his rampage could have been worse had police not closed in quickly. nbc news justice correspondent pete williams has more on the investigation now. >> reporter: the horrifying sequence officials say begins friday morning. they don't know what time when adam lanza takes hundreds of rounds of ammunition and four firearms from his gun-enthusiast mother and uses one of them to kill her, nancy lanza. shooting her
that suffer the little children that come unto me for they are the kingdom of heaven. but jesus didn't stop there. he spoke and then he acted. he brought the children to him. picked each child up in his arms. put his hand on them. prayed with them and then blessed on them. and just as jesus spoke and acted, the people of this country are expecting this congress to speak, but to act. and the first order of business is to make sure that this kind of tragedy never happens again. the first order of business is to ban, to make illegal, to own, manufacture or sell or possess this deadly weapon that was used to massacre these 20 children and these six educators that this bushmaster assault weapon, if we are going to -- just to honor those children who were massacred, make sure that that weapon will never be used again. if we do not do that in this congress, we need to hang our heads in shame. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. mr. murphy: may i inquire as to how much time is remaining? the speaker pro tempore: 14 minutes. mr. murphy: i yield 1:30 to the gentleman from michi
of that--the actual land did your family own? did they own all that? >> guest: no--oh, heavens no. it was primarily public land. when my grandfather started it in 1880, that area was part of the new mexico territory. it was in the area acquired by the united states in the gadsden purchase, just before the civil war, and that ha--had belonged to mexico. the southern pacific railroad wanted to put a line through from new orleans all the way to los angeles, and the best route went through that area, south of the gila river. and congress eventually a--approved the gadsden purchase. mr. gadsden had been sent down to negotiate it. and so in 1880, the land was basically unoccupied, except for the railroad, and if somebody wanted to acquire livestock and put out there and develop water, then it was possible to homestead a certain amount of land around the water that was developed, and the rest of the land could be basically just used. and arizona became a state--when?--in 1914, something like that, and at that point, coming into the union, the state was given a certain amount of state lan
children are now fine in heaven. love kayla. >> reporter: with her letters she is sending two pictures. her vision of a rainbow. lease wra sylvester, cnn, buoy, maryland. >> sflo the town has received thousands of letters. if would you like to send one of your own, mail it to messages of condolence for newtown, po box 3700, newtown, connecticut, 06470. >>> despite a year of economic hardship, our country is giving away billions of dollars to help make the holiday season a bit more festive. we go beyond the headlines next. i had enough of feeling embarrassed about my skin. [ designer ] enough of just covering up my moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely, but for many, it gets skin clearer fast, within 2 months, and keeps it clearer up to 9 months. [ male announcer ] because enbrel®, etanercept, suppresses your immune system, it may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal, events i
in film. when it works, it's spectacular; when it doesn't, it stinks to high heaven. >> pelley: this film is either going to be a hit or it's going to be a massive bust. >> jackman: yup. >> pelley: why did you take the risk on it? >> jackman: jean valjean is the holy grail for me. it's... i know that it demands everything from me, as a singer, as an actor to pull it off. it's the role of a lifetime. >> pelley: the story, written by victor hugo in 1862, follows valjean's redemption against the backdrop of a failed revolt against the monarchy. >> jackman: ♪ he is young, he's afraid... >> pelley: the film is unique in the way that the actors sang their roles. usually in musicals, they record songs in a sound studio and then lip sync when the camera rolls. but in "les miz," they sang in the moment. >> jackman: ♪ bring him home, bring him home, bring him home... ♪ we would wear a little ear piece where someone off the set there was playing music. and we would hear the live piano and we would just sing. >> pelley: what do you get from that? >> jackman: you get an emotional truth. for exam
one of them, they're going to need god in heaven and they're going to -- that's all i have to say. i'm too choked up. >> stephanie: listen, we got your back. obviously the majority of people feel the way we do or the election wouldn't have turned out this way. by the way, i love the way you opened your call that you're the blond that came to the l.a. sexy liberal show. >> annie, you and i talked. >> caller: i have pictures of all of you guys. i talked with jim and his wife was going to give me a physical therapist so maybe i'll stay on the line and give t-bone my number to get with jim's wife. >> stephanie: hang on. >> caller: when you become disabled, somebody else does it to you. it is just not fair. the republicans in the united states just cannot get a grip. >> stephanie: annie, hang on, okay? t-bone will get you. >> all right. >> stephanie: 45 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> it's a combination of low self-esteem, low blood sugar and mixing red wine with my dog's paink
, heaven forbid something else happens down the road, what should teachers, what should students do? should they fight back? should they run? or should they hide? >> well, i think that there are going to be natural instincts that kick in as it did with the principals and we have seen elsewhere with teachers who have stepped in front of a bullet, who tackled gunman and taken other actions based on the scenario at hand. the best practices have included to practice lockdowns, doing evacuations, certainly some who have been instinctively got out of harm's way. i think we're stepping into some dangerous area if we start talking about teaching elementary kids to throw book bags and backpacks at armed intruders who come in because there are also situations that aren't active shooters, but hostage situations. so do you have one kid stand up, throw a pencil and then get shot and killed by someone who may have been a hostage taker that could have been resolved. lo lots of questions. how do you implement something like that? i think that we need to focus on a lot of the fundamentals, but and see if we
businesses. they will either have to pass the costs along to their customers or cheapen the product, heaven forbid and david overton, i'm quoting now, for those businesses that do not cover their employees, they will be in for a very expensive situation. the price of cheesecake factory up so far this year, down almost 3%, back to 33. the irs is about to release 159 pages of new tax rules, tax rules that will help pay for obamacare. they include, a 3.8% sur tax on investment income of all kinds on upper income people starting next year and .9% health care tax on wages for the rich. above $200,000. that's defined as rich year. and those taxes together will raise roughly 320 billion dollars over the next decade. all to pay for obamacare. and joining us now art laffer, former reagan economic advisor and the best looking 72-year-old i have ever seen. [laughter] thank you, thank you very much, stuart. stuart: now, look, these obamacare taxes, these are totally separate from the fiscal cliff debate. these are taxes which are going it take effect no matter what. and here they come. you can see it.
: thank you >>host: that is why her designs and herkimer is a match made in heaven.he creates this ancient stone and creates exciting and modern looks you love these >>caller: i'd love any stone that has the story behind it. i love the history and mythology >>host: we like our stones in jewelry to have meaning. it is more special to have meaning behind it. you have a lot of fun stories to share with this one. thank you much for calling we will get both pairs on the before you >>guest: have a wonderful holiday >>caller: thank you debfor making one of the jewelry >>guest: thank you for enjoying it dedb and take care >>host: most of you are getting more than one pair. we are so busy use express ordering www.hsn.com or go to or pick up the and call the toll-free number. get at least one pair. with five more jewelry and save you will half off shipping additional pairs. they come in the beautiful gift box the naked great presentation. we still have yours right now but that is subject to change as we move through the day. yester day what we showed the earring boxes 3000 or or
. the class exclusive air suspension in the new 2013 ram 1500. engineered to move heaven and earth. guts. glory. ram. cool, you found it. wow. nice place. yeah. [ chuckles ] the family thinks i'm out shipping these. smooth move. you used priority mail flat-rate boxes. if it fits, it ships for a low, flat rate. paid for postage online and arranged a free pickup. and i'm gonna track them online, too. nice. between those boxes and this place, i'm totally staying sane this year. do i smell snickerdoodles? maybe. [ timer dings ] gotta go. [ male announcer ] priority mail flat rate boxes. online pricing starts at $5.15. only from the postal service. >>> well, it is the end of an era in sports, can you guess why? fans are saying it all. soccer icon david beckham is playing the final game of his career today in los angeles, with the los angeles galaxy. paul, it is fair to say that this is an historic day for soccer, not only in the u.s. but worldwide? >> reporter: well, absolutely, because now the speculation has started, where will david beckham go next? and among the countries? possibly austra
: look at it with the earrings, this is a match made in heaven. catherine in florida ordered the today's special, hello. >>guest: hulloa katharine perry and >>caller: hello ladies i took your advice and i am staying awake and i am yawning >>host: thank you for holding in perry and >>guest: that we will make it worth your while. >>caller: this is the first time i've ever seen her armor, it is absolutely gorgeous. --herkimer >>caller: it is clean and crisp in a life. that is likely to my face, it will bring you up. -- brighten >>guest:% alive on you, it is a beautiful piece and i hope you enjoy it. >>caller: i am so excited and i was listening to nancy lewis said, i have a collection of pins have been collecting since the '60s but i often wear them as pendants. you made a pinyou can't do some sort of a bill in the back so people could string get as well >>guest: that is the best way for us to do it. one of the things i know is to give you versatility see you can play. if we did it end game pin,it would have other uses. and i love your input thing to appear again >>calle
. >> gretchen: oh, boy. justin bieber starring in a new music video that was heaven sent. >> gretchen: actually one of those people looks like his mom. but bieber, one of the performers at the annual fashion show which airs tonight and i think it had to do with some angels in the wings. our next guests are two of tonight's big stars on the show and two of the most beautiful women in the world, erin and lindsey. they are our guests today. >> steve: good morning. >> thanks for having us. >> gretchen: you're the expert -- >> brian: welcome back. about this show in particular, it's a mix of celebrities and models like we've never seen before in america. is that true? >> this is definitely by far i think the most incredible show that victoria secret has put on. we have three of the most really, like the most amazing acts right now. we have justin bieber, bruno mars and rihanna, which is in itself an epic concert. then you add all of the angel in lingerie and the production, explosiveness, the special effects. >> steve: you've had a wing makeover. the wings are different this time. they're
of your glory. use them to do your will on earth, even as it is done in heaven. into each dark and trying hour, send the illumination of your mercy and grace. we pray in your great name. amen. the presiding officer: please join me in reciting the pledge of allegiance to the flag. i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. the presiding officer: the clerk will read a communication to the senate. the clerk: washington, d.c, december 4, 2012. to the senate: under the provisions of rule 1, paragraph 3, of the standing rules of the senate, i hereby appoint the honorable christopher a. coons, a senator from the state of delaware, to perform the duties of the chai. signed: daniel k. inouye, president pro tempore. mr. reid: mr. president? the presiding officer: the majority leader. mr. reid: following leader remarks, the senate will proceed to executive session to consider the disabilities trite. the time until noon will be equally divided and controlled between the t
there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven." and so in closing, i offer my dear friend this traditional jewish blessing: may you live 120 years. well, none of us expects to attain the longevity achieved by the prophet moses. i am confident that the gratitude of the american people for the service of senator joe lieberman will be ever lasting. thank you, mr. president. mr. president,mr. president, inn senator jon kyl's service to this institution and to our nation, i'm reminded of these words by abraham lincoln. he said, "characteristic is like a tree, and represent putation like a sha shadow. " mr. president, jon kyl is the real thing. during 18 years in the senate preceded by eight in the house, jon has built a reputation that is a perfect image of his characteristic. national magazines have named him one of america's best -- ten-best senators, one of the world's most influential people, and one of our nation's hardest-working lawmakers. his unanimous election in 2008 as our republican whip and his recognized leadership on the great challenges of our time throughout th
and country done of all the souls that sailed, let not one life in thee have failed. hear from heaven a sailor's cry and grant eternal life on i. today we all bid him fare wind. may he rest in peace and may the lord keep him and his family in his loving hands. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields. the chair recognizes the gentleman from illinois, mr. quigley, for five minutes. mr. quigley: thank you, madam speaker. albert einstein once said the world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil but because of those who look on and do nothing. madam speaker, we have looked on and done nothing. we in this body, we in this congress, we in this government have done nothing. not protecting the lives of innocent children gunned down in connecticut last friday. nothing to protect people killed each day by guns across america. nothing to stop the epidemic of senseless gun violence that plague not only our major cities like new york and chicago, but countless small towns throughout our nation, towns with names like newtown, aurora, tucson, dekalb, blacksburg and littleton. in the yea
who will not. >> if we were all angels, we'd be up in heaven and i wouldn't be sitting here. >> and the real concern is that congress could create a disincentive for people to give to charities at the same time it's cutting government spending and services. normally it's the private social agencies that fill in the gap, for example, if unemployment benefits are cut, but if some of these changes go through, well, those nonprofits may have a harder time serving those in need. wolf and kate? >> lisa, thank you. >>> still ahead in the wake of the connecticut shooting, parents are looking for ways to make their children keep their children safe. could bulletproof backpacks be one of the answers? so, the 5.3-liter v8 silverado can tow up to 9,600 pounds? 315 horsepower. what's that in reindeer-power? [ laughs ] [ pencil scratches ] [ male announcer ] chevy's giving more. get the best offer of the year -- 0% apr financing for 60 months plus $1,000 holiday bonus cash. plus trade up for an additional $1,000 trade-in allowance. >>> after the tragedy in newtown, connecticut, cnn's migu
as a catholic. a protestant goes to heaven and sees a wall. "those are the catholics. they believe they are the only ones up here." chris janney certainly qualifies as a religion -- christianity certainly qualifies as a religion. religion is what a person does with his solitude. now it would be video games for a lot of young people. if you see mean something more than that. but christianity certainly qualifies. this is a big, big day. host: democratic caller from mississippi. caller: yes, ma'am. host: go ahead. caller: religion -- christianity -- only one christ came and he had only one message. talking about state rights. state rights get the routes from the south, where a state could be free to control the blacks. we talk about religion and the republican party. the republican party is against the poor and is influenced by the southerners. guest: i would disagree against the poor. sometimes we do not make their cases as effectively as we should. never yield the high ground of compassion to the left. the number of food stamps that are being given is at record numbers. if we had se
will never drive away for i have come down from heaven not to do my own will, but the will of him who sent me, and this is the will of him who sent me, that i should lose nothing of all that he has given me, but raise it up on the last day. this is, indeed, the will of my father, that all who see the sun and believe in him may have eternal life, and i will raise them up on the last day. the gospel of the lord. >> praise to you lord god. >> in the name of the father and of the son and of the holy spirit, amen. please, be seated. irene and family, president obama, vice president biden, i thought that senator inouye was indisruptble, and if i had not been honored to be at his bedside when he died, i still would not believe that he is gone. he was generous to the very end for he gave me the great gift of instructive closure. i was with him in alaska at senator steven's memorial service, and the president mentioned a courtly baritone. he gave one of the most amazing tributes i had ever heard. i made him promise that he would teach me how to speak like that. [laughter] he said modestly, "what do yo
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